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FOX News
Nov 28, 2009 10:30am EST
go out and hire in an atmosphere now. it's like mr. obama is fwonet discourage that and we need predictability and he wants to damage it. >> butday, you know what, there they're talking object let me take an untraditional role and be the voice of reason here. >> i knew when i saw your haircut. >> i take issue with that. >> americans hate bad news. we want bigger -- we have bigger problems and we have to pay for these problems and taxs are going to go up. this is not a normal recession. this is unlike anything we've known in our life times. eight months ago on the show we were going to talk about the it's how -- tpts mindset. >> that's is a great point. >> it's the mindset that the government knows better. i can spend your money better than you can. >> well gary k. also the issue is maybe they're redistribute no >> oh, they are very good at that. just look stat health care bill, iten doesn't go into play three or four years but if we don't pass that right now the world is going to end. dagen made a great point when you suck out capital from private industry and put it into washi
FOX News
Nov 7, 2009 10:30am EST
of president obama. what do you think the impact will be long term or do you think that there will be a compromise that you could get behind? >> i think it's very unlikely that this framework that is this 2,000-page bill can be compromised to anything that i can live with. almost everything that i think we should do is not in the bill. and almost everything i think we shouldn't do is in the bill. i want to scrap this 2,000-page bill and start over with the logical things. i won't take you down through all of those. this is just pure, raw, political politics at this point. i think the president's credibility is on the line. nancy pelosi and all the democrats know his credibility is on the line. if this bill goes down today, if it's voted down in the house of representatives when she has a 79-vote advantage and you've got robert gibbs, for the president, pointing his finger at republicans saying they're obstructing the bill, what they know is that if this bill fails, the president's inertia and political capital is dramatically diminished. and for the rest of his term
FOX News
Nov 9, 2009 4:30am EST
business. she cannot give up it's a legacy of obama and legacy of pelosi. if they give up now they're never going to get the vote. putting it on the table. >> dagen, now or never? >> that's their attitude. maybe they're trying to push it through because they know how bad the election next year is going to be. you miss the point for the two major democrats in new jersey and virginia in gubernatorial races there. rather than "animal house", it's like one flew over the cuckoo's nest. do you think that 750 billion dollars in new tax ins this health care bill is a good thing when the unemployment rate's north of 10%? >> so, adam. what would you make of that? you know, they realize that the clock is ticking, it's one second to midnight. if they don't get it done now, they'll never get it done? >> well, i think that everything about the john belushi character in that, from "animal house" those of us of a certain age know and love, is about being true to themselves. he thought he was doing the right thing. that was how they behaved. that was their mission, right shall was to go out and do it and i
FOX News
Nov 14, 2009 10:30am EST
the policy is right by mr. obama, talk about that, but don't smear people who are standing up for their constitutional rights. >> or stand up right now and say enough with the borrowing. we need to get our country's fiscal house in order rather than waiting for the day when the countries that are lending money to us say enough, no more, no mas, however you want to put it. neil: well, been i don't understand tea partiers, and adam, it's a point i'll raise with you since everyone was piling on up there, this notion that it's beyond tea partiers who find this upsets, especially if you see the language, and this is a particular line that worried me, because in page after page, in chapter after chapter, there's a sort of little footnote, such sums as may be necessary, which is sort of like a car salesman's way of saying there might be some added feeds here. not to disparage car salesman, for whom i mean no disrrnings but you know what i'm saying? that's an open invitation to a lot more being added on here, right? >> i'm not a parliamentarian, neil. i assume that that is common lang
FOX News
Nov 2, 2009 4:30am EST
that with the desire of the obama administration to limit executive pay and standard employee pay on wall street to a million bucks, they have no idea the shortfall of tax revenue that their own policies are going to be creating. neil: my friend asked if i had a d.d.d. that have rush limbaugh, and i gave it to him before the show, just a weekend gift. the state is out $4.8 million. it's true. and governor david patter son is apparently out of ideas. is this proof that tax hikes don't work? >> it's absolutely proof it doesn't woveraget even david patter son has talked about cutting spending, which hasn't brought him friends. which the president of your party doesn't back you up, you know you're barking up the wrong tree. but it's proven, not only are rich people leaving, but it goes down the food chavenlt it's not just millionaires that are leaving, but other people. at the end of the day, it's these rich people that create jobs that inowe vafmente it's not high taxes that create jobs. i don't know when the government is actually going to figure that out. neil: what makes this up to taxes for the
FOX News
Nov 21, 2009 10:30am EST
mr. obama in person but about the congress in general. they're just dealing with phantom amounts of money that they don't have. where does the power come from to power up the electricity? they've got to burn coal at a power plant to power up the electricity to feed the electricity to the car. the electricity doesn't just appear out of thin air. it's incredibly inefficient to make it out of solar. it's incredibly inefficient to make it out of wind. this administration just lives in fantasy land. charlie: so, why, adam, do you think it is that this is driving their agenda? with everything that we're concerned about -- trips overseas, cap and trade, financial regulatory reform -- none of this stuff covers the main topic at hand, job creation. why now? $124 billion for electric cars. >> well, look. there will always be unintended consequences from these kinds of policies. let me just point out two things. one, the private sector already is leading the way in this direction. charlie: when you spend $124 billion, you kind of know what you're doing. the point is, why would we even do
Search Results 0 to 7 of about 8 (some duplicates have been removed)